ASA: Armenian Students Association

Testimonials to Tragedy: Artifacts, Memoirs and Remembrance
Date: Thursday April 15th 2010  
Time: 7:00 pm to 10:00 pm
Contact: email

Please join us for an evening of reflection upon the voices of Armenian survivors, with authors Peter Balakian (who will discuss his work on the memoir of his uncle, Armenian Golgotha) and Nancy Kricorian (author of three genocide-related novels), along with Mariam Stepanian of the Armenian Museum and Library of America (who will present a series of taped interviews with genocide survivors) and Ruth Thomasian of Project SAVE Armenian Photograph Archives (who will present a power-point of photographs of Armenians living in the Ottoman Empire around the time of the Genocide). Each speaker will share for 15 minutes and the panel discussion will be followed by a question and answer period.

Organized by the following Armenian organizations:

* Armenian Network-Greater New York region
* Columbia University Armenian Club
* Knights and Daughters of Vartan
* Krikor & Clara Zohrab Information Center
* New York Armenian Students' Association

G-Hall, inside the Diocesan Complex.
630 Second Avenue, by 34th Street. Manhattan, NYC.
Free admission. Reception to follow.

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